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Beermaker Needed at Cellarmaker in San Francisco

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  • Beermaker Needed at Cellarmaker in San Francisco

    Cellarmaker Brewing Company of San Francisco, California is looking to hire one (1) full time highly qualified beermaker (brewer). The position will require, but is not limited to: brewhouse operations, transferring beer and wort, tank CIP, canning line operation and offloading, keg cleaning and filling and other cellar operations, yeast handling/counting, barrel filling and racking. You must have high endurance; this is a physical job that requires 8-10 hours of work as well as the ability to lift 65 lbs. regularly.

    Applicants must have 1 or more years of full time brewhouse operations experience, with a substantial understanding of wort production, tank cleaning and sanitation as well as transfer and clarification of finished beer. The hire must be passionate about beer, motivated and has a basic knowledge of current science and terminologies. The ideal candidate is a self starter who brings ideas and solutions to the table. Excellent communication skills will ensure a productive employment relationship.

    You must be fully vaccinated including the two week buffer after your booster shot (where applicable) in order to start employment.

    We are a very small company and require a high attention to detail as well as a personality that doesn't mind going above and beyond the call of duty. Punctuality and an upbeat disposition are a must. Higher education in brewing science is not required.

    Start date is between 5/20-6/1. The Bay Area is extremely expensive to live in so serious applicants should take this into consideration if relocation is required. The hire must have a permanent residence within a reasonable commuting distance before the agreed-upon hire date.

    We offer competitive wages, health, dental and vision insurance.

    Please submit resumes to We ask that you include at least two brewery employment references in your email.